Members of the Westfield Area High School Forensics Team took first place at the South Central Conference Contest against Mauston, Adams-Friendship, Wautoma, and Wisconsin Dells at Westfield High School on Jan. 25.

The Westfield Area High School Forensics Team placed first at the South Central Conference contest at Westfield High School on Jan. 25. Other conference schools participating in the contest were Mauston, Adams-Friendship, Wautoma, and Wisconsin Dells. 

Members of the Westfield Area High School Forensics Team took first place at the South Central Conference Contest against Mauston, Adams-Friendship, Wautoma, and Wisconsin Dells at Westfield High School on Jan. 25.

Connor Woodke, 16, Appleton (center), won the Nordic Mountain Family Season Pass Grand Prize during the Family Ski Day event at Nordic Mountain on Jan. 31.

Hancock Lions Fisheree Official Fish Recorder Sherm Hamilton shows off the biggest northern at 24-¼ caught by Jordan English, Madison, on Jan. 30.  

The Wautoma High School girls’ basketball team will be hosting a RED OUT in support of the American Heart Association when they take on the Westfield Pioneers on Feb. 5. Pictured are members of the Wautoma girls’ basketball program: (front row): Brianna Jander, Avery Lehr, Alyssa Borchardt, and Makaela Fenske; (back row): Kayley Giliberto, Gabby Lois, Emma Lehr, Kaylie Marks, Madison Weisensel, Madison Haumschild, and Sandra Klamm.

The Wautoma High School girls’ basketball team won’t just battle the Westfield Pioneers on Feb. 5, they will be battling heart disease and stroke by turning the stands into a blaze of red with their 4th annual RED OUT during the junior varsity and varsity girls’ basketball games.

The Wautoma High School girls’ basketball team will be hosting a RED OUT in support of the American Heart Association when they take on the Westfield Pioneers on Feb. 5. Pictured are members of the Wautoma girls’ basketball program: (front row): Brianna Jander, Avery Lehr, Alyssa Borchardt, and Makaela Fenske; (back row): Kayley Giliberto, Gabby Lois, Emma Lehr, Kaylie Marks, Madison Weisensel, Madison Haumschild, and Sandra Klamm.

Mark Hall, Shopko Hometown, Wautoma, store manager, presented a check to Riverview Elementary Principal Ann Fajfer for $2,000 for the purchase of school supplies for low-income families throughout the district.

On Jan. 28 at 6:52 a.m. a two-vehicle accident occurred on County Road H, Town of Poy Sippi. Richard Trochinski, 70, Berlin, was stopped on County Road H attempting to load a passenger when Leland Fallon, 35, Neshkoro, rear-ended the bus.

Members of the Westfield Area High School Forensics Team took first place at the South Central Conference Contest against Mauston, Adams-Friendship, Wautoma, and Wisconsin Dells at Westfield High School on Jan. 25.
The Wautoma High School girls’ basketball team will be hosting a RED OUT in support of the American Heart Association when they take on the Westfield Pioneers on Feb. 5. Pictured are members of the Wautoma girls’ basketball program: (front row): Brianna Jander, Avery Lehr, Alyssa Borchardt, and Makaela Fenske; (back row): Kayley Giliberto, Gabby Lois, Emma Lehr, Kaylie Marks, Madison Weisensel, Madison Haumschild, and Sandra Klamm.

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Wautoma junior Lucas Dutcher hits a 3-pointer in the first half of the non-conference home game against the Princeton/Green Lake Tigersharks on Feb. 4. Dutcher finished the game with 7 points, including a 3-pointer and 4 of 4 free throws. The Hornets fell to the Tigersharks, 65-57.

The Wautoma boys’ basketball team hosted the Princeton/Green Lake Tigersharks for a non-conference match-up on Feb. 4.

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Members of the Westfield Area High School Forensics Team took first place at the South Central Conference Contest against Mauston, Adams-Friendship, Wautoma, and Wisconsin Dells at Westfield High School on Jan. 25.

The Westfield Area High School Forensics Team placed first at the South Central Conference contest at Westfield High School on Jan. 25.